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Curtain falls on Jake Hughes' debut Formula E campaign

“The London E-Prix marks the end of my rookie year in Formula E. I’ve enjoyed it immensely, I’ve learnt so much, and I’ve been working with an absolutely wonderful team that have taught me so much. Despite the difficulties we faced, I know this year will stand me in good stead moving forward into Season 10. It’s obviously been a bit of a tale of two halves, we started the year really strongly, yet we struggled to find consistency and execution in the second half of the year. I think we had really good potential and pace in the second half of the year but for many reasons, we struggled to put the points on the board. We’re just looking forward to resetting already, thinking about Season 10 now, and we know we’ve got potential there so that’ll be the goal.”

- Jake Hughes


Jake Hughes #5

Free Practice 1: P12 (1:11:396, + 0:631)

Free Practice 2: P13 (1:12:176, + 0:912)

Qualifying: P18 (1:11:405)

Race: P10 & Fastest Lap

Free Practice 3: P20 (1:11:469)

Qualifying: P19 (1:11:105)

Race: P19


Jake Hughes: P12 (48 points)

NEOM McLaren Formula E Team: P8 (88 points)JAKE'S RACE REVIEW:

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